20 Credits AUTUMN



Aims/Description: The module looks at what crime occurs, how, where and to whom. It provides an introduction to the social factors linked to offending and victimisation, including the geography of crime and social deprivation (and wealth). As well as considering traditional forms of crime against individuals and businesses (and people's fear of such crime), it will also explore the nature of and effects on the victims of internet crime, fraud, organised crime and human trafficking, as well as crime in war zones. It will examine whether there has been a drop in crime rates and if so, what might explain this.

Restrictions on availability: Restricted to School of Law students

Staff Contact: SHAPLAND JOANNA M
Teaching Methods: Lectures, Seminars, Tutorials, Independent Study
Assessment: Course work

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